How will EMV impact the customer checkout experience?

EMV allows customers to keep their cards in their possession

A potentially confusing change in the EMV payment process, yet one that improves security, is that the customer will no longer hand over a card to an associate for processing: customers will be able to keep their cards in their own possession and control at all times.

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Expanding mPOS in Your Enterprise? Don’t Be Afraid of BYOD

Research firm ABI estimates that the installed base of mobile point of sale (mPOS) devices will top 51 million by 2019 as mid-size and large enterprises look to mobile technology to grow their business footprint and expand the level of service they provide to customers. With the adoption of mPOS, enterprises can offer greater flexibility and convenience for customers and employees. Customers benefit from personalized, streamlined service, while employees improve productivity thanks to simplified access to customer data, product details and inventory information.

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Does EMV guarantee electronic transaction security

Does EMV guarantee electronic transaction security?

The reality is that there is no single solution today that meets the security requirements of every card-present, card-not-present, attended, unattended, quick service, fine dining, and other electronic payment environment. That said, any time personally presented card data is part of the transaction lifecycle, EMV is a critical component of any total security solution – one that protects both merchants and customers.

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